Circular logos have been some of the most popular trends in logo design. In this article we’ll take a look at 50 excellent circular logos.These logos make use of the circle in many creative ways, sometimes containing typefaces, symbols and images as seen in the examples below.The two photos of myself were taken as part of a series depicting the various stages of production of Hansard during the night, and although it says midnight on the caption, it was in fact 3.45 am!
Early people may have been attracted to the region due to the source of water.
Archaeological findings may indicate human occupation in the region dating to at least somewhere around the 10th and 8th millennia BC.
In its most basic form, the slide rule uses two logarithmic scales to allow rapid multiplication and division of numbers.
These common operations can be time-consuming and error-prone when done on paper.
A graphic symbol is often used as part of logo design in order to convey a particular idea or concept in an effective and eye catching way.
The shapes of these graphic symbols vary a lot, but one of the most commonly used shapes is the circle. The slide rule is used mainly for multiplication and division, and also for "scientific" functions such as roots, logarithms and trigonometry, but usually not for addition or subtraction. These scales are used for mathematical computations. They have a standardised set of markings (called scales).As you can imagine the pictures of St Stephens foundry dont convey how hot, smelly and dirty it could be in fact elf and safety would have had a field day there nowadays, they probably would have closed us down!The two photos at the bottom show one of the plate casting machines called a Pony autoplate and could turn out 1 plate a minute. The gentleman with presentation front page plate is Eddie Hunter one of Alf Spearings staff.It only sequences the age of things or determines if something is older or younger than other things.